Or maybe you are fine with the bludgeoning damage and you just want to call it a Morningstar for flavor.

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Once per. The weapon screams with discordant laughter when swung.

You gain a +3 bonus to attack.

For Mundane Items the Flail and Warhammer are the most damaging because they both deal 1d8 bludgeoning.

Once the purchase price is no longer a obstacle, the warhammer will be the more optimized choice. . .

Five heads: +3 flail, as above, and once per long rest while attuned to the flail you can gain an additional action on your turn.

Flail of Warning Details Detect Magic Aura. . Hit: 10 (1d10 + 5) bludgeoning damage, and the target must make a DC: 16 Wisdom saving throw.

The chain of this flail spins on a finely-lubricated axis. .

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To distinguish it, these items will have this notice. Flail.

Tools. Sep 13, 2016 · The only advantage a flail has over a warhammer is it is 5GP cheaper.

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Melee Weapon Attack: +9 to hit, reach 5 ft.
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The flail is simply a part of the creatures stat-block.

D&D 4e on the other hand had a fantastic treatment on gnolls.

The blade demon makes two scythe hands attacks and then uses either its braid flail or wounding wings. . When you roll a 20 with this magic weapon, the target takes an extra 2d6 bludgeoning damage.

Flail of Warning Details Detect Magic Aura. Flail of Tiamat. For Mundane Items the Flail and Warhammer are the most damaging because they both deal 1d8 bludgeoning. To begin with, there are a few key points that have to be considered. The Flind is such a brutal bruiser enemy to fight against with their 3 different flail skulls, they must absolutely wreck most people.

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More details on the Flail of Warning can be found at www. Changing between using it as a normal weapon and a reach weapon is a free action.

Changing between using it as a normal weapon and a reach weapon is a free action.

Flail; 4e Creatures 4e Classes 4e Races and Race Variants 4e Other.

By adjusting the slack of the chain, the weapon can be used either with or without reach.

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